Feb 27, 2012, 05:57 PM
Garrett GTI 2500 and Ace 350
Alright, so I've been wanting an E-trac for the longest but just haven't been able to fork over the money. So I figured I would get the Garrett 2500, which I thought was comparable. I just dont like it. So I'm looking for an E-trac, preferrably new or relatively new and still under warranty. Heres what I have for trade. I have the Garrett GTI 2500 and it is brand new. Has the Treasure hound attachment and both coils. Has the Dust Cover, Nice Garrett bag and all the instruction manuals and instructional dvd. I also have the Garrett Ace 350 with 2 coils, the factory one and the sniper coil. It also has the sunray probe with it. The Ace 350 has some wear but is in perfect working order. It also has the Garrett Heaphones with it. If anyone is interested, let me know. I would consider other top of the line machines as well. Will post pics upon request.
Feb 27, 2012 05:57 PM
Feb 28, 2012, 09:42 AM
Re: Garrett GTI 2500 and Ace 350
Also, I will consider cash offers for the GTI 2500 and its components as well. It is brand new, has maybe 2 hours of time on it. Bought it off of Kellycodetectors.com. Will take 950.00 shipped.
May 08, 2012, 08:05 PM
Will you ship the sniper coil alone for a price
Oct 27, 2012, 11:22 AM
When you get Tired of the every day grind you turn to a place an time to slow down. Gold prospecting a way of life...
Will trade you even up aMinlab 705 with 3 coils for both detectors it has a 9.5 inch coil the gold coil and a 6.5 inch coil. Minlab is similar to the Etrac
Jan 13, 2013, 01:36 PM
Would you be interested in trading the Garrett Treasure Ace 350 for a Fisher ID Excel in nice, working condition? I was going to put it up for sale at $310, but I'm really looking for a fairly simple machine for my wife to use. The ID Excel's retailed new for $549 and came out prior to Fishers downfall by getting together with the manufaturers of Bounty Hunter.
Jan 14, 2013, 03:36 PM
I would like to get a metal detector but dont know the first thing about them expect turn them on and they make noise